Sunday, 17 November 2013

Xbox 360 - Life in the old dog yet

We’re less than a month away from the release of the Xbox One and a lot of people will be trading in their Xbox 360s, if only to make a little dent in the One’s price tag. Many though will be keeping the console because we all believe we will continue to play those old favourites. I still have my PS2 and Sega Megadrive, but to be honest, you never play on them as much as you think.

Having said that, there are a fair few reasons left to keep the 360.

There’s the Buried at Sea DLC for Bioshock Infinite, taking us back to Rapture – episode one - out now, giving the game a brilliant noir look and it is great to see Rapture before the fall. 
The Walking Dead season 2 is on the way and I haven’t heard any mention of it coming to next-gen consoles.
And of course, for a good while yet, there will be a whole host of games releasing on old and new platforms. Battlefield 4 and Call of Duty Ghosts are already out and there will be current-gen versions of games like Watch Dogs, Destiny and Titanfall.

So even if you’re upgrading to Xbox One and wondering whether to flog the 360, or if you’re sticking with the 7th generation for a little while longer – there’s still life in the old dog yet.

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